In The Magazine

Salma Hayek

In an intimate interview with Latina’s director of content, the Mexican-born, Oscar-nominated Salma Hayek, reveals herself not only as an actress, mother, producer, and entrepreneur but also as a global ambassador, a political activist, and a philanthropist. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on September 8th, 2015.

Raging Bull: With the unpredictable drug tale Sicario, Benicio del Toro talks about his return to epic form as one of the renowned actors of our time.

The Bold & The Beautiful : In honor of national Hispanic Heritage month, Latina asked the fiercest celebs around to share tips on being boss, gorgeous and totally badass.

The Hollywood Hot List: From comebacks to breakouts to multi-hyphenates, Latina features the Latinos whose star power grows brighter every day.

Bethany Mota

YouTube sensation-turned-entrepreneur/singer, Bethany Mota, stuns on the cover of Latina’s September 2015 issue. The young social media maven has never looked more grown up and shares with Latina how being cyber bullied affected her life, how she overcame depression, and how YouTube has changed her life into the whirlwind that it is today. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand August 11, 2015.

2015 Beauty Awards: It’s hard to impress Latinas when it comes to beauty! But we road tested about a gazillion new products to find the most wow-worthy ones that do just that.

The Bold & The Beautiful : Mexicano Diego Boneta, star of Fox’s comedy-horror series Scream Queens, is slaying it in luxe Morocco-inspired bohemian patterns, bold textures, and bright hues.

I Was Cyber-Bullied at Age 6: Tween actress Madison de la Garza, Demi Lovato’s hermanita, shares her horrible experience with online haters and how her sister helped her get to a place of self-acceptance.

Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz

The very funny and sexy ladies from the Golden Globe-winning show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz, grace the cover of Latina’s August 2015 issue, which is the publication's first ever comedy issue. The comedic actresses and real-life friends share with Latina childhood stories, keeping a straight face working with co-star Andy Samberg, comedy's boom of hilarious leading ladies and being part of the new multicultural generation of television. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand July 7, 2015.


Brown Don’t Frown: Laughter is always the best medicine. For Latinos, it’s better than Vicks Vaporub. Almost.

The Smart Girl’s Sol Guide: Having naturally gorgeous skin does not make you immune to skin cancer.

Denim Does It: Flattering flares, sexy distressed styles, cool jean accessories.

Fired Up: Wow your summer party guests with bodacious burgers!

Dascha Polanco

Orange Is the New Black star, Dascha Polanco, graces the cover of Latina’s June/July 2015 Entertainment issue. The curvaceous Dominican actress breaks down and gives Latina a very emotional in-depth look at her life — leaving the Dominican Republic with her parents to accomplish the American Dream, battling depression, being a single mom and body image. Polanco also unveils her newest hair color, thanks to L’Oreal Paris Feria. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand May 12, 2015. 

Hot Child in the City: Get ready for summer with the perfect swimsuit.

55 Summer Essentials for your Closet: What every chica needs.

Cartagena Chic: Designer Silvia Tcherassi shows us around town.

Summer Entertainment Blowout!: This season's guide to what to watch, listen, and read.

Christina Milian

Singer, actress and reality star, Christina Milian, appears on the cover of Latina’s May 2015 issue.  Milian gives Latina the juicy details on her relationship with Lil Wayne, her new album, being a single mom and her take on positive body image. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand April 7, 2015.  

Rise of the Next-Gen Latina Body On the field and at the gym, Latino influencers are helping us transform our bodies for the better—and rocking the health and fitness world.

Sofia Vergara's Style Diary The star shares her style secrets—and why you'll never catch her wearing flats.

If Only I Had Known Back Then! Don't you wish you could share what you know now with the kid you used to be? 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star, Stephanie Beatriz, sure does.

The Other Woman He really loves his mom. She's not going away—and that can be a beautiful thing.

Chiquis Rivera

Rising star and daughter of the late singer Jenni Rivera, Chiquis Rivera, appears on the cover of Latina’s April 2015 issue and sets the record straight for the first time on the misconceptions of her rift with her mother. Latina gets all of the intimate details on the mother/daughter relationship, her love life, and her music career. The issue hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on March 10, 2015.

Dressed for Success From boardroom dresses to updos that boost your confidence, we’ve got it all. Jot this down.

¡Pa’lante! From how we interact on social media to the way our clothes are made to the lessons our children learn in school, these 10 mujeres are in the vanguard.

Miss Independent Life can be tough for a teenager. Just ask Jasmine V., the pop and R&B singer who entered the demanding and sometimes superficial world of entertainment before hitting her teen years.

Gina Rodriguez

Golden Globe–winner Gina Rodriguez of Jane the Virgin appears on the cover of Latina’s March 2015 issue. This was the first national magazine cover for the in-demand actress and she sat down with The Real’s Adrienne Bailon for Latina’s exclusive interview, which hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on February 10, 2015.

Prints Charming Latina digs through countless collections and finds the spring trend with the loudest punch: prints—big, bold and beautiful!

Selena Forever This month marks the 20th anniversary of the passing of our most cherished superstar, Selena Quintanilla. Today, her music and influence are more alive than ever.

Totally Social Lauren Giraldo, a Vine star with 3 million followers, bonded with Bella Silpo on Twitter and now they’re virtually sisters.

A Total ‘Do-Over After a decade of long, brunette hair, Beauty Director Amanda Flores gets a makeover from celebrity colorist Rita Hazan.

Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman

International superstar Jennifer Lopez and heartthrob Ryan Guzman talk about their new erotic thriller, The Boy Next Door, in Latina’s February 2015 issue. The stars reveal their powerful chemistry on-screen and off, discuss sex appeal and body image, and breaking Hollywood stereotypes in Latina’s exclusive interview, which hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on January 6, 2015.

Cyber Sex Just Got Hotter High-tech toys keep things close from afar.

She’s All Business Bold lips, daring hair color and gorgeous skin. It was only a matter of time before Demi Lovato added beauty spokesperson to her résumé.

Bring on the Heat Plan a getaway with your sweetheart to one of these muy romántico destinations.

Hot Papi Panel Men may be from Mars and Women from Venus, but that doesn’t mean ladies have to give up their quest to understand the inner workings of the Martian mind! We spoke to six Latino studs including Mario Lopez and J. Balvin.

Bella Thorne

Cuban-American singer and actress Bella Thorne dishes on her upcoming movie roles and the personal life of a rising star in Latina’s December 2014/January 2015 issue. The 17-year-old fashionista reveals how she handles the criticism on everything from her clothes to her ethnicity in Latina’s exclusive interview, which hits newsstands and Nook Newsstand on November 10, 2014.

The Incredibles After months of online voting, Latina’s official 30 Under 30 list is announced. The roundup of bright young stars in film, music, social media, activism and sports includes Selena Gomez, Bruno Mars, Prince Royce, and Jake T. Austin,

Holiday Gift Guide We’ve done the research for stylish and affordable options for Latinos of any age, including handcrafted Mexican goods and a hostess’ dream selection of goodies.

2014 Style Awards Our favorite Latinas have taken to the red carpet and pulled off some of the best buzz worthy trends of 2014. From Shakira’s simple natural locks to Dascha’s bold lavender hair, we’re looking to the stars for hints to get the look

Leader of the New School Our new Colombian reggaeton obsession, J. Balvin, shares details on his love for music, childhood memories, and his journey to the top of the charts.

Morena Baccarin

Brazilian beauty and Emmy-nominated actress Morena Baccarin discusses her career and personal life post-Homeland in the November 2014 issue of Latina. The new mommy delves into the reasons for taking on a role of biblical proportions in Lifetime’s miniseries The Red Tent; filming Spy, her first foray into comedy, with Melissa McCarthy; and the meaning of true love — all in Latina’s exclusive interview, on newsstands and Nook Newsstand on October 14.

The Root of All Hair Problems, Solved! To help untangle matters, we enlisted top scientists, doctors and stylists to discuss the who, what and why of the issues that have plagued our tías and mamis for generations.

The Call of Cacoa One chocoholic Latina traveled through remote parts of Latina America to discover the ancient traditions and methods for growing cacao—the queen of beans.

Taming the Mama’s Boy Concerned that your guy and his mom have a codependent relationship? Find out how to cut the cord.